By Jonathan M. Borwein

Occasionally mathematicians prefer to think that theorems spring complete- fledged from their brains, given delivery completely by way of the ability of bare brain. Borwein, Bailey, and Girgensohn take a unique technique, utilizing machine courses like Maple and Mathematica to discover speculation and generate rules. Their procedure remains to be rigorous, notwithstanding, as the perception received from desktop experimentation is then integrated right into a rigorous evidence. themes are drawn essentially from research and quantity concept, together with sequences and sequence, fourier sequence, zeta features, walls and powers, and primes and polynomials. complex undergraduate scholars with reliable event in those parts, or starting graduate scholars should still locate this ebook available; in both case, no programming wisdom is believed. the 1st quantity of this paintings is arithmetic by means of scan: believable Reasoning within the twenty first Century; all of the can stand by itself.

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63), it suffices to apply Grönwall’s inequality to see E is a Lyapunov function. When there is no topography, h ≡ 0, the total energy will also be a Lyapunov function. 18) by a linear transform dvk (t) = 1 2 |vk |2 , k∈I |k|2 + F 2 . The dynamics of vk can be derived from −dk + iβk1 vk dt + am,n Cm Cn Ck−1 vm vn dt +Ck−1 fk dt +Ck−1 σk dWk (t) . 19), because for all m + n = k, am,n Cm Cn Ck−1 + an,k Cn Ck Cm−1 + ak,m Ck Cm Cn−1 = 0. The remaining derivation for the dissipation of E is identical to the one of E .

It is shown by simple examples that these two assumptions are satisfied in many applications. 29). This shows that the previous two assumption might be further generalized under weaker constraints. Here we check the possibility to generalize this statistical energy identity by looking at further the dyad interactions, and two typical examples are shown to illustrate these results. 46) with symmetry Aijk = Aikj . The first obvious observation about this coefficient is that it will vanish for the interaction with itself, Aiii ≡ 0, due to the conservative property of the quadratic form, u · B (u, u) = 0.

Even though these models have no positive Lyapunov exponents, they have been shown rigorously to exhibit intermittency and extreme events [128]. Calibration strategies for imperfect models using information theory have been developed recently to yield statistical accurate prediction of these extreme events by imperfect inexpensive linear stochastic models for the velocity field [417]. This topic merits much more attention by other modern applied mathematicians.